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Film students at Festival thanks to Security Centre

Some 30 students from the Cayman Islands Further Education Centre and John Gray High School will attend this year’s CayFilm International Film Festival, thanks to local company The Security Centre. The CayFilm Cayman International Film Festival, which takes place from June 30 to July 3, includes daily film screenings, question …

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Her Story is Our History released

The Ministry of Education, Employment and Gender Affairs hosted the premiere of Her Story is Our History: The Women’s Suffrage Movement in the Cayman Islands at the Grand Cayman Marriott Beach Resort on April 6 and from the many positive reviews received from the large audience that attended, the event …

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Toast for wine school graduates

A partnership between the National Work Force Development Agency and WineSchool3 turned out to be the difference between drifting through life without a purpose and finding a career about which to be passionate. Those were the sentiments of young Leonardo Borsetto at the recent graduation celebration for him and six …

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Students flock to Chamber’s careers Expo

  The UCCI hosted the Chamber of Commerce’s annual Careers, Education & Training Expo, which was another great success. Hundreds of youngsters were given the opportunity on March 24 to interact with industry professionals to get an idea of what jobs are available to them in the Cayman Islands and …

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Education Plan receives review, feedback

A recent review of the Cayman Island’s Education Plan of Action 2016-2017 resulted in positive feedback and suggestions for improvement from Dr Avis Glaze of Edu-quest International Inc. In a summary report from Dr Glaze dated 6 October, she stated, “The Education Action plan is an outstanding document. It is …

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Ogier contributes to gender equality project- ‘Girl on Purpose’

Two of Ogier’s Cayman team have contributed chapters to “Girl on Purpose” – an eBook raising money for gender equality projects to support the 31 million girls around the world who are of primary school age but without schooling. A UNESCO report found that two-thirds of the 774 million illiterate …

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Work to begin again at JGHS construction site

The Ministry of Education has started the tendering process in anticipation of work resuming on the John Gray High School site. Advertisements have been posted in the local media and on the Ministry’s website intended to pre-qualify potential contractors to be selected for the project. Construction is expected to begin …

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New Principal for Lighthouse School appointed

Elroy Bryan, currently Deputy Principal at Savannah Primary School (SPS), will take up the post of Principal at the Lighthouse School (LHS) when the new school year begins in September 2016, the Ministry of Education has announced. He was previously a Senior Teacher, Head of the Physical Education Department and …

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John Gray High School welcomes new Principal

Jonathan Clark, a veteran educator with over 20 years of classroom and management experience, is the new head of John Gray High School. “Recognised as an expert in behaviour management, distributed leadership, school improvement and improving teaching and learning, he has hit the ground running and is ready to work …

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